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January 10, 1977 Table Of Contents

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The Bowls

MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA

Tony Dorsett was the general, but Pitt had an army of heroes—Cavanaugh, Romano, Jones, Walker—as it wrapped up the national title, bulldozing the Bulldogs in a manner that was hardly civil

By John Underwood

THE TROJANS WIN AN OLD WAR

By Joe Jares

THESE 'CATS WERE COOL AND COLLECTED

Led by the Sugar Bowl Classic's MVP, Mike Jones (above), unabashed—and undefeated—Cincinnati won at New Orleans, beating Indiana's stormy knights

By Barry McDermott

Super Debate

WHICH TEAM HAS THE BETTER AIRPORT?

Mad Russian

THE MAD RUSSIAN WHO'S GOT THE MEXICAN CONNECTION

Harry Kabakoff, born Melville Himmelfarb, is the premier handler of Mexican fighters in the U.S., and he may soon have two champs

By Pat Putnam

College Basketball

An ex-doormat cleans up

Nationally ranked and fighting for the Southwest Conference title, Arkansas' homegrown talent is showing its fans that football isn't the only game in town

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Hockey

Tender, but oh so tough

With an infusion of youth and muscle, the Rangers find some respectability

By Peter Gammons

Baseball

Ringing in the new

Cash registers keep jangling for the Toronto and Seattle expansion teams

By Jim Kaplan

Pro Basketball

Home, sweet home is sweeter than ever

The home-court advantage has always been a big plus in the NBA, but this season it's a whole lot bigger. The main reason is a different kind of schedule. Other factors are deeper benches, more frenzied crowds. It can add up to a 10-point edge

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Conservation

Troubled by oiled waters

It was touch and go for Nantucket last week, but the west wind held, nudging the Argo Merchant's oil spill out to sea, where birds may be dying by the thousands

By Dan Levin

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dee. 27-Jan. 2

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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